09:05 Has National put Whanau Ora on notice? Fears from the community sector about the future of the programmes.

Brian Gardener, manager of National Network of Stopping Violence Services; Cindy Haika, general manager of Kia Ora Ngatiwai, a Kaupapa Maori Health Service based in Kamo in Northland.

09:25 Universal child monitoring

Russell Wills, Children's Commissioner; and Graeme MacCormick, retired family court judge and former human rights commissioner who is calling for universal child monitoring of every baby born in NZ with - with follow ups at regular intervals into the teenage years.

09:45 US correspondent Luiza Savage

10:05 Robyn Williams - Science communication

Robyn Williams is visiting Dunedin as a speaker at the University of Otago's inaugural ScienceTeller Festival which runs from November 15th - 19th 2011.

Australian science broadcaster Robyn Williams who has hosted the Science Show on the ABC since 1975.

Outside the ABC, Robyn has served as president of the Australian Museum Trust, chairman of the Commission for the Future, and president of the Australian Science Communicators. In 1987, he was proclaimed a National Living Treasure. Robyn Williams has written more than ten books.

10:35 Book Review with Phil Smith

The Visitation by Rodney Grapes
Victoria University Press

10:45 Reading. In the Land of the Dancing Kings by Paul Horan (Part 2 of 5)

Paul travels into the crowded surrealism of Colombo and discovers a little about the first Sri Lankan Maori.

Audio will be available here after broadcast.

11:05 Business commentator Rod Oram

Three corporate deals in the past week once again demonstrate the good, bad and ugly of company strategy and fortunes in NZ.   

11:30 Did Schapelle Corby take the rap for her drug dealing father?

Eamonn Duff is the author of new book on Schapelle Corby and he is a senior investigative reporter with Fairfax Australia.

Book details - Sins of the Father (the untold story behind Schapelle Corby's ill-fated drug run), published by Allen and Unwin.

11:45 Media commentator Gavin Ellis discusses the Tea Pot Tapes